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Voluntary Disclosure

A government inquiry can result in serious consequences for a company or individual. Our new HUB Talks podcast series, Voluntary Disclosure—brought to you by the lawyers in our investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice—is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes, as well as to take you on an in-depth exploration of the outcome and impact of significant cases in our Deep Dive episodes.

5 October 2020
Voluntary Disclosure: Newsflash – 5 October 2020

In this episode, we examine how two criminal defendants are aiming to leverage parallel FCPA investigations by the SEC and the DOJ to build their defense.

15 September 2020
Voluntary Disclosure: Newsflash - 15 September 2020

In this episode, we discuss the government’s initial response to Paycheck Protection Program fraud and we revisit cryptocurrency enforcement.

9 September 2020
Voluntary Disclosure: Deep Dive - The DOJ on Campus

Chris Nasson and David Peet trace the history of the DOJ’s China Initiative at U.S. academic research institutions, and explain why researchers and institutional leadership find themselves in the crosshairs of a variety of government stakeholders. 

3 August 2020
Voluntary Disclosure: Newsflash 3 August 2020

A government inquiry can result in serious consequences for a company or individual. Our new podcast series, Voluntary Disclosure—brought to you by the lawyers in our investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice—is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes.

16 July 2020
Voluntary Disclosure: Newsflash - 16 July 2020

In our debut Newsflash episode, we discuss the Supreme Court declining to require an “official act” under the FCPA, the Securities and Exchange Commission juggles a foreign bribery settlement and the future of disgorgement, and more. 

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